Archive for August, 2012

North Carolina and the Nation

North Carolina and the Nation

Over the past two years Americans have seen the issue of illegal immigration take center stage after being relegated to the periphery of national political debate for so many years. The divided-and misleadingly named-Arizona vs. U.S. Supreme Court decision, which upheld one key enforcement provision of SB 1070 while invalidating others, the unilateral administrative...
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Blue State Patriot

Very rarely does the Constitution State-dark as bluest night-find itself in a position to elect a Republican to high office. However, the retirement of Christopher Dodd provides Connecticut voters with such an opportunity, if they choose to embrace it.
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The Remembrance Project

h/t Elva Garza
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Stolen Lives

As most of you know, the tragedies caused by our government’s negligence in immigration enforcement are manifold. The victimes of illegal alien crime are nearly incalculable and grow by the hour.  That’s why the initiative created by proud Texan Maria Espinoza, The Stolen Lives Quilt, is so vital at this time. I’ll let Joanna...
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Long Island Loses

It turns out that Arizonans aren’t the only ones concerned about the avalanche of illegal aliens and low-wage, unskilled immigration to the United States. In fact, residents of East Hampton have gradually but inexorably begun to resist the tide of day laborers and foreign workers living in their midst. As I’ve spotlighted recently on...
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